Javier Estrada, 29, Archbold, was sentenced to 15 days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio and three years of community control after pleading guilty to domestic violence.
Scott A. Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said in a press release that Estrada caused physical harm to a family or household member.
Estrada was ordered to pay the cost of prosecution, restitution to the victim, and attorney fees. He was ordered to stay out of bars and taverns and not to possess alcohol or illegal drugs, seek and maintain employment, and abide by a 10 pm to 6 am curfew.
Estrada also was ordered to seek and maintain employment, complete the SEARCH program, and have no contact with his victim.
If he fails to comply, he could spend up to 16 months in prison.
Edward Evanoff, 52, Monclova; convicted on one count each, assault, misconduct at an emergency; on July 2, 2010, interfered with emergency personnel who were called to a fire in rural Swanton; sentenced to 60 days at CCNO, all but seven days suspended, credit for two days served, one year community control; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, attorney fees, and have no contact with victims.
Jeremy Tillman, 34, Delta; found guilty in jury trial of carrying concealed weapons; on April 24, 2010, had a concealed handgun in his possession; ordered to serve 25 days at CCNO, placed on community control for two years; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, attorney fees; obtain a general education diploma, stay out of bars and taverns, seek and maintain employment, abide by a 11 pm to 6 am curfew; failure to comply could result in eight months in prison.
James Kelly, Jr., 25, Swanton; previously found guilty by a jury of attempted burglary; attempted to enter a residence in Swanton on May 28, 2010; sentenced to two years community control, ordered to pay cost of prosecution, attorney fees, not to possess or consume alcohol, stay out of bars and taverns, abide by a 11 pm to 6 am curfew; complete SEARCH program, have no contact with victim or any family members.
Carlos Gomez Jr., 19, Wauseon; previously pled guilty to unauthorized use of a motor vehicle; on Oct. 15, 2009, used another’s vehicle without permission; sentenced to two years community control, ordered to pay cost of prosecution, abide by an 11 pm to 6 am curfew; obtain a GED; ordered to stay out of bars and taverns, not to possess alcohol, complete SEARCH program, make restitution; failure to comply could result in 11- month prison sentence.